Ever heard of the 3Wheeler? It’s a hydrogen-powered vehicle, small and practical for crowded areas in the city. Even though it cannot transport more than one passenger besides the driver, the 3Wheeler could have a chance to enter the taxi business of the future.
Its design looks more than decent, while its functionalities express simplicity at its finest. The back seat is collapsible, so that additional space can be created to store luggage, when going to the airport, for example. What characterizes this eco vehicle the most is that it runs on three wheels, instead of four: two in the front and one in the back.
Trademark for the 3Wheeler goes to an industrial designer, Daniel Julier, who designed the concept. This little eco vehicle generates power from hydrogen cells, located under the hood and driven by an “in wheel motor”, built into the rear wheel. So much for front-wheeled-traction, if you ask us.
Under the hood there’s a hydrogen fuel tank and some super caps at the bottom, to give a boost of energy, but don’t expect the car to blast into thin air. Would you believe how much space this vehicle can save when parking? Moreover, it is lightweight to serve as a fuel-efficient car.
From our perspective, this vehicle reaches the top ten cars that we’d like to drive to work , because it’s energy efficient, environmental friendly, modest, practical and, of course, easy to park. Would you dare to prove us wrong regarding the 3Wheeler by Daniel Julier?
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